Enjoy exciting new adventures with Series 17 of the LEGO Minifigures Collection, featuring the following characters:
Connoisseur (comes with a French Bulldog figure)
Corn Cob Guy (a Minifigure dressed as a corn cob)
Hot Dog Vendor
Retro Space Hero
Rocket Boy (a Minifigure dressed as a rocket)
Veterinarian (comes with a rabbit figure)
Mystery character (Highwayman)
Each minifigure comes in a sealed ‘mystery’ bag, together with one or more accessories, a display plate and a collector’s leaflet.
- Every minifigure comes with one or more accessories, plus a display plate and a collector’s leaflet.
- Collect this exciting new series of LEGO® Minifigures characters and create new and wonderful adventures.
Available at Amazon here:
Complete set of 16: https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-17-Minifigures-Complete-71018/dp/B07226C9MP/ref=sr_1_2?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1500639990&sr=1-2&keywords=lego+minifigures+series+17/?tag=thewanfulworo-20
Per Blind Bag: https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Minifigures-71018-Building-Kit/dp/B01N0V8JIP/ref=sr_1_1?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1500639990&sr=1-1&keywords=lego+minifigures+series+17/?tag=thewanfulworo-20
Watch the Lego DC Super Hero Girls Wonder Woman Dorm Room here: https://youtu.be/42K7hCWPv1U
Lego minifigure, commonly referred to as a "minifig", or simply just "fig", is a small plastic articulated figurine, many of which are yellow, available as part of the construction toy Lego, produced by Danish toy manufacturer the Lego Group. They were first produced in 1978, and have become hugely successful, with over 3.7 billion produced, and the figure appearing in a variety of media, including movies, books and video games. The figures are usually found within Lego sets, although they are also sold separately as keychains and magnets. While some are named as specific characters, either licensed from film franchises or of Lego's own creation, many are unnamed and are designed simply to fit within a certain theme (such as police officers, astronauts and pirates). Minifigures are collected by both children and adults. They are highly customizable, and parts from different figures can be mixed and matched, resulting in a large number of combinations.
In 2010 Lego started the Minifigure theme based on a set of collectible Lego minifigures. There haven been 17 series since then. Each figure in a series is an original character with new clothing and facial designs, and most contain previously unseen accessories. Each series contain 16 different minifigures, with the exception of the Team GB Olympic Series with nine, Series 10 with 17 (including the limited Golden Figure), the LEGO Disney Minifigure Series with 18 minifigures and the Batman Movie series with 20.